Are you sitting comfortably? If you’re at work and can’t positively answer that question, you should be considering the ergonomics of your workstation – and Twelve South’s new Curve Flex stand for MacBooks could help make your Mac feel far easier to work at.
Available to buy now for $79.99 / £79.99 direct from Twelve South, the Curve Flex riser can elevate your MacBook from between 2 and 22-inches off a surface, before collapsing almost flat for storage or travel.
Shipping in matte black or white finishes with non-slip feet and a handy travel bag, it’ll also let you re-angle your keyboard up to 45-degrees, letting you type at what might be a more comfortable angle for some.
The Curve Flex’s most useful feature though will be raising your MacBook to eye-level. Though few of us follow the guidance, any screen you sit at for work should be raised up to eye-level to prevent strain on your neck and to discourage bad posture which hurts your back.
It’s quite pricey for a stand, but can you put a price on avoiding neck strain? And as we increasingly expect our living spaces to double up as work spaces, the flexibility it brings could prove very valuable indeed.
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